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AMSC loses $4.7M in 1Q

Ayer energy company AMSC saw revenues rise 41 percent in the first quarter, hitting $12.6 million, the company reported Tuesday.

WPI receives $600K for nuclear program

Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s nuclear science and engineering programs will get a boost of nearly $600,000 from a federal agency.

Column: Running out of time and energy

ROY NASCIMENTO |

Even as we celebrate all that our business community contributes to the region, we can see a cloud on the horizon. Energy costs are rising quickly in an already expensive state.

TUV Rheinland certified for international medical device testing

Littleton electrical equipment testing lab TUV Rheinland has been accepted into an international organization to test medical and electrical product safety.

AMSC lands $11M system orders, eyes turnaround

Fresh off of a series of legal victories in a longstanding dispute with a Chinese company, AMSC is getting back to business with $11 million worth of orders for its energy management systems.

Devens says it is fighting environmental lawsuit

Grant Welker |

The Devens Enterprise Commission said Tuesday it is fighting against a lawsuit that alleges Devens has allowed polluted rainwater to enter the Nashua River.

Court fines Sinovel $1.5M for AMSC theft

Zachary Comeau |

A Chinese wind turbine manufacturer has been fined $1.5 million by a U.S. federal court for stealing trade secrets from Ayer-based AMSC.

The most influential people in the Central Mass. economy

In compiling our annual list of the most powerful people in the Central Massachusetts business community, there are countless CEOs, executive directors, presidents and founders to choose, from...

The Power 50: Susan Mailman

Like Michael Angelini, Mailman is one of two people in the Worcester economy whose clout built up over a long career extends beyond her day job, allowing her to implement change throughout the...

The Power 50: Daniel McGahn

McGahn has taken the company once called American Superconductor through an international crisis and nearly brought it out clean on the other side.

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